Sue Tellier WIPP Board of Directors

JetCo Federal President Elected to Women Impacting Public Policy Board of Directors

Grand Rapids, MICH (Oct 27, 2021) — Sue (Schweim) Tellier, Owner and President of Grand Rapids-based JetCo Federal, a supply chain management and logistics company, was recently elected as the new Leadership Advisory Council Vice Chair and a Member of the Board for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP).

WIPP is a national nonpartisan organization advocating on behalf of women entrepreneurs—strengthening their impact on our nation’s public policy, creating economic opportunities, and forging alliances with other business organizations.

(Schweim) Tellier will assume her positions on WIPP’s board starting January 1 of 2022 and will work with fellow board members to execute and deliver strategic objectives for the organization.

“WIPP is widely respected for their advocacy on behalf of women-owned small businesses, and their knowledge of programs that support women entrepreneurs,” said (Schweim) Tellier. “The business owners and leaders I have met through WIPP are already lifelong friends – they are women who generously share their time and talent. I’m honored to serve with them, and I’m excited to further WIPP’s mission.”

Kathie Fuce-Hobohm of Space, Inc. (also a Michigan business owner), Pamela O’Rourke of Icon Information Consultants, LaJuanna Russell of Business Management Associates, and Andrea Tsakanikas of join (Schweim) Tellier as newly elected WIPP board members.

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Sue Tellier, WID National Council Member

JetCo Federal President Awarded Seat on National Council

A local small business president has received a seat on a national council for her involvement in the defense industry.

Sue Schweim Tellier, President of JetCo Federal, was awarded a seat on Women in Defense’s National Council, a National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Affiliate based out of Arlington, VA.

Schweim Tellier is active in small business and proposal management advocacy, serving on the board of the Small Business Association of Michigan and formerly the Association of Proposal Management Professionals Greater Midwest Chapter. She is a board adviser to Women in Defense’s Michigan Chapter as well as an NDIA member.

Women in Defense (WID) seeks to cultivate and support the advancement and recognition of women in all aspects of national security.